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Guillermo Nielsen: An insider's account
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in the March edition:
We have an insider's account, by Guillermo Nielsen, until recently the Secretary of Finance in Argentina, about his tenure there and specifically about the fraught negotiations the country had regarding its debt with the IMF, investment banks and bondholders. This was one of THE finance stories of the decade. The account is written exclusively for us. It goes into unseen detail about the negotiations, the people involved, and it gives it both barrels. ANYONE with an interest in finance will want to read this.
The former finance secretary of Argentina reveals the untold story behind the most important financial event of the decade.
“All the remaining capacity for astonishment I had left vanished as I had to contend with the actions of these officials.”
“It was obvious that some creditors groups wanted the exchange to fail and that they were ready and willing to use all their lobbying power to stop us.”
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